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- Conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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... then got dressed up ready for a meal out! Had a lovely meal as a family of 4 at Hogs Breath Albury. Benjamin sat up in the highchair and took it all in - what a little delight! With the few minutes of daylight left after our meal we headed down to Neurial park on the banks of the Murray River. A brand new all-inclusive playground has been built on the Southern end of the park. Samuel had a wonderful time exploring this and I was delighted to see so many sensory ...
Had an early start today as we had a big drive ahead of us (again!). The car was packed and we were on the road by 8.30. Had a quick stop at McDonalds Goulburn for our breakfast of McMuffins, hashbrowns, muffins with jam and McCafe coffee. With tummies full and smiles on our faces he headed off down the Hume. Both boys slept for several hours, as did I! Cameron did a wonderful job of driving the black strip in relative silence.
... to one side. I climbed onto a log and attempted to drag the thing out of the water. But it was too heavy and I ended up freaking out as the log was rotten and my foot went straight through it, into an ants' nest. "Dave will be so worried about us," said Jenny. "He's probably called the man by now and we'll be rescued." Fifteen minutes of floating later and we came across Dave waiting for us on a gently sloping part of the riverbank. "Dave, have you phoned the man?" ...
When the men and Amy ( Ronnie & Joanne's daughter) came back from the sheds, they all hopped into Amy's ute and went fishing down the Murray River. I stayed home and had a nap on my bed. Brenda caught a little fish and also a long necked turtle. Joanne caught a lot of fish too. Nobody had much luck, apparently. ...
... what looks like two foot gage track. There was some interesting looking equipment laying around.
The first 75 km of our drive was on the twisty backroads we’ve gotten used to. We evidently crossed over the Great Dividing Range on the way to Albury. So far I’ve found the countryside to be very interesting.
Tomorrow we continue our journey to Canberra. I’ll post more as I get the chance.
Jim and ...